Pacific Gas Transmission Company

First Revised Volume No. 1-A

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Effective Date: 10/25/2000, Docket: RP00-566-000, Status: Effective

Fifth Revised Sheet No. 121 Fifth Revised Sheet No. 121 : Effective

Superseding: Substitute Third Revised Sheet No. 121






29.1 Firm Service (Continued)


(d) Changing a Delivery Point


A firm Shipper may change primary delivery points to a

different delivery point within its Primary Path but will

continue to be billed reservation charges based on the

original primary delivery point. A firm shipper may not

change its Primary Delivery Point to a location that would

change the direction of flow of the Shipper's Primary Path

as defined in Section 1.31 of this Gas Tariff. Changes in

delivery points will be permitted provided sufficient

delivery point capacity exists at the delivery meter

station. To the extent additional meter station and subject

to any operating constraints capacity is required to effect

the delivery point change, PG&E GT-NW will construct the

additional capacity at the firm Shipper's expense

consistent with Paragraph 18.5.


A firm Shipper with primary deliveries allocated to a

minor delivery point may change primary delivery points

in its contract provided that the change of primary

delivery point does not materially impact service to

other firm Shippers.


29.2 Interruptible Service


(a) Change of a Receipt/Delivery Point


Interruptible Shippers will have the right to flexible

receipt and delivery points, at a lower priority than

firm or released services.


(b) Addition of a Receipt or Delivery Point


Except as otherwise provided in this paragraph, Shippers

receiving service under any Part 284 interruptible

transportation rate schedule shall be deemed to have

access to all receipt and delivery points available under

the interruptible transportation rate schedule under which

that Shipper is taking service.